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Rugby World Cup 2015
The Namibian
Wed 5 Aug 2015
 *SWAPO is a player in the game and at the same time, the party is holding the whistle. Is this game fair? How can they recruit the struggle kids as prison wardens, while they don't have the necessary qualifications?
 *WHY is it only the City of Windhoek that started with the clearing of the 200 000 plots? Which other cities are involved?
 *PUBLIC transport is becoming a big problem in Windhoek. We are pleading with the government and the municipality to help the community.
 *IN comes President Hage Geingob and those who were unhappy with government policy on land get land cleared just like that - boom! Hey, who's this guy Hage?
POLL
Has government dealt with the housing crisis appropriately?

1. No, not at all

2. They are trying their best

3. All talk, no action

4. Yes, through NHE & mass housing


Results so far:
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VACANCIES
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NEWS - NATIONAL | 2015-08-05
'My sins are younger than yours' ... Ngurare tells Geingob
FORMER Swapo Party Youth League secretary Elijah Ngurare has said President Hage Geingob is not qualified to judge him and that he does not need anyone to save him. Read more...
Elijah Ngurare


IJG Daily Bulletin
NEWS
 NATIONAL | 2015-08-05
Nakuumba's troubled deals
BUSINESSMAN Titus Nakuumba faces an uphill battle to keep several controversial mega deals he struck with the government over the past few years. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-08-05
Govt questions Ongopolo Trust
THE government is investigating how a trust was created to protect a mining company in Tsumeb from being held liable if workers demand compensation for exposure to toxic chemicals. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-08-05
Villagers left stateless, hopeless
MORE than 100 old people living at Divundu in Kavango East and surrounding areas have not been receiving pension grants because they do not have proof they are Namibian citizens. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-08-05
NamPower spies on employees
THE Namibia Power Corporation has decided to spend money on investigating leaks to the media, rather than using the funds to avert the impending power crisis in the country. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-08-05
Defence to ask for farmer's murder acquittal
THE defence lawyers representing Aranos area farmer Willem Visagie Barnard in his murder trial in the Windhoek High Court will be asking for his acquittal following the end of the prosecution's case. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-08-05
Hardap to pay former officer N$1m
THE Hardap regional council and its former chief regional officer Yvonne Boois have reached an agreement over a contract renewal dispute, The Namibian has established. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-08-05
ECN claims innocence in illegal voting
THE Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) says it is not to blame that a non-Namibian voted in last year's general elections and the Swakopmund constituency by-elections in May. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-08-05
Stand-off between Ondangwa, villagers
• VERUA KAVEZERI

THERE was a heated exchange of words between villagers and the Ondangwa Town Council representatives during a meeting to resolve a land dispute on Monday. Read more...
 AFRICA | 2015-08-04
S.African court throws out Malema corruption case
A SOUTH African judge on Tuesday threw out a corruption case against firebrand politician Julius Malema after three years of delays, giving a major boost to President Jacob Zuma's fiercest critic. Read more...
 HEALTH | 2015-08-05
The road to recovery
THE last time The Namibian met Feliciana Nauwake, she was 11 and her face was being slowly disfigured by a condition known as Noma. Read more...

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